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Old 11-26-2005, 02:53 PM
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Default Power Mac G5 dual 2.7 or new Single-Dual Core 2.3?

I was wondering if anybody knows which one is better for PTLE.
The old Powermac G5 dual 2.7 or the new single-dual core 2.3 ?
I am still waiting on definitive word about the Quad, I also haven't made the jump to PTLE7.
I will do that as soon as I get my new/old G5, and there is enough positive feedback on the DUC about both LE 7 and the new Macs.
Right now I am still using:
G4 powerbook
PTLE 6.9
Digi 002 Rack
M-box
Command 8
Shuttle Pro
Reason 3

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M.
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